This crossword clue is for the definition: #8220;You’re way over the line”.
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Possible Answers: NOT COOL.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 18 Apr 19, Thursday
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Elizabeth “Eliza” Acton (17 April 1799 – 13 February 1859) was an English food writer and poet, who produced one of Britain’s first cookery books aimed at the domestic reader, Modern Cookery for Private Families. The book introduced the now-universal practice of listing ingredients and giving suggested cooking times for each recipe. It included the first recipes in English for Brussels sprouts and for spaghetti, and contains the first printed reference to Christmas pudding.
Acton was born in 1799 in Sussex. She was raised in Suffolk where she ran a girls’ boarding school before spending time in France. On her return to England in 1826 she published a collection of poetry and released her cookery book in 1845, aimed at middle class families. Written in an engaging prose, the book was well received by reviewers. It was reprinted within the year and several editions followed until 1918, when Longman, the book’s publisher, took the decision not to reprint. In 1857 Acton published The English Bread-Book for Domestic Use, a more academic and studious work than Modern Cookery. The work consisted of a history of bread-making in England, a study of European methods of baking and numerous recipes.